Chicago Tribune "Running back Matt Forte hopes former Pro Bowlers Henry Melton and Charles Tillman return to the Chicago Bears’ defense during free agency, but he also has confidence in general manager’s Phil Emery’s plan to rebuild a defense that allowed more yards last season than any in team history. “We..." March 14
NFL.com "The trio of Jay Cutler, Josh McCown and Alshon Jeffery seemed to garner much on the spotlight on the Chicago Bears' offense this season. While a quarterback controversy raged and Jeffery put on a weekly show, running back Matt Forte chugged along as the real heart of the Bears' attack. The..." January 29
Chicago Tribune "Bears running back Matt Forte was held out of Wednesday’s practice at Lake Forest, still regrouping after hyperextending his right knee late in Sunday’s loss to the Rams. Head coach Marc Trestman believes Forte will be healthy enough to play this weekend against the Vikings. But if Forte..." November 28
Bears RB Matt Forte (right knee) participated in the portion of Thursday's practice that was open to media: pic.twitter.com/mQHiZq3MlC
Bears HC Marc Trestman: RB Matt Forte (knee) did not practice. "I'm still optimistic...he'll start working tomorrow."
Matt Forte slightly hyperextended knee. Will see where he is at Wednesday.
Chicago Sun-Times "Bears training camp starts next week, and it’s clear the world running back Matt Forte knew during his first five seasons with the team is about to undergo a drastic change. “In this offense,” Forte said Wednesday, “the running back runs a lot of routes and is able to catch the ball a..." July 18
Chicago Tribune "Matt Forte still looks big, smooth and fast. But in organized team activities, he looks a different kind of big, smooth and fast. That's because he is being used in more ways than he has been the last couple of seasons. It's part of the Bears' new vision to make Forte more valuable to the..." May 15
CSN Chicago "The NFL came out with a few proposed rule changes last week, and Matt Forte is not happy. The Bears running back either first heard about the possible NFL guidelines on Sunday or just couldn't hold his tongue anymore, as he tweeted some strong words in opposition of one particular rule. In..." March 18
ESPN.com "Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte called the NFL's proposed rule change that would penalize ball carriers who lower their heads to deliver a blow "absurb" in a series of messages he posted on his official Twitter account Sunday morning. The new rule would penalize a runner 15-yards if he..." March 17